There may be 2 reasons of such leaf
1. A spontaneous mutation (if the
next leaves will look the same, keep it secure, you will get rich
2. A disease or an intoxication.
Often mistreated plants produce malformed leaves and inflorescences. Gardeners
often treat plants with various chemical substances to produce multiple or
malformed flowers, leaves in order to sell plants as new cultivars.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, August 16, 2008 10:02
Subject: [Aroid-l] 2 headed Dragon
A couple of months ago I had asked about
a Philodendron I knew as 'Golden Dragon'. One of the plants I have, a cutting
from last year has started doing a split of its own. Russ, this is the
picture I sent you. I didn't see a picture of Michaels' picture, so I'm
not sure if this is the same kind of split he's talking about. If you
look closely, you can see those spots starting to appear. If anyone is
interested, I'll send an updated picture and dimensions on or off list. This
picture was taken on July 17th. The original plant, mother to the
rest, has a big "bloom" that still hasn't opened yet, but is getting
bigger. Russ, I know I've sent you pictures and pestered you to no end,
but if you'd like to see a pic of how it currently looks...you KNOW I'll send
it! (smiley face)
Have a great, SAFE weekend!